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Training programmes for professionals

Brook delivers a wide range of training across our four specialisms. See below for a list of the training programmes under each category. 

Please note that all training below can be delivered in-house, however not all will be delivered through open access training. A proportion of them are commissioned in certain areas only. To view upcoming open access or commissioned training please visit our Eventbrite page.

If the below does not quite fit with your requirements we can tailor a training just for your organisation. Please contact us via the enquiry form to discuss your requirements.

Preparing schools for mandatory RSE

How the social and cultural context of young people’s lives impact their RSE support needs within your schoolBrook’s new training programmes have been carefully designed to support you with the successful implementation of mandatory relationships & sex education (RSE).

Help to prepare staff for the delivery of RSE

Preparing your school/academy trust for the implementation of mandatory RSE within your school. These can be tailored to meet the needs of your school.


Teaching RSE in the classroom (full day) Equipping you to plan and deliver effective RSE lessons across key stage 3 and 4
All school staff RSE training (2 hours) Raising awareness of the roles and responsibilities of nonspecialist RSE teachers in the delivery of mandatory RSE
Teaching challenging & sensitive subjects (2 hours) A range of workshops on sensitive issues such as consent, pleasure & sexual identity


Support with updating policies ahead of mandatory RSE

Supporting PHSE leads and teachers with responsibility for developing RSE in their school/academy trust. These can be delivered separately or combined into a full day.


Creating a curriculum (3 hours) Identifying effective curriculum models and teaching structures
Mandatory RSE requirements (1 hour) Informing key school personnel of the requirements for mandatory RSE
Policy review (3 hours) Review existing policies within your school to meet mandatory RSE requirements


Support with pupil and parent engagement ahead of mandatory RSE

Exploring how best to respond to young people’s needs within your school, and how to successfully secure engagement from parents and carers in relation to RSE.


Young people’s needs (3 hours) How the social and cultural context of young people’s lives impact their RSE support needs within your school
Parents and carers (2.5 hours) Securing involvement with parents and carers; including parents’ rights and how your school approaches them

All other training programmes

Sex and relationships

Brook talks about: Sexual Health Information, Empowerment, Learning and Development (SHIELD)

Sexual Behaviours Traffic Light Tool

DO... SRE for secondary schools

Brook talks about: Abortion; decisions and dilemmas

Brook talks about: Pleasure

Brook talks about: Pornography

Brook talks about: Sex, pressures and social networks

Brook talks about: Sex and Relationship Education (SRE) for young people with Learning Disabilities

Condom Card (C Card)


CSE, abuse and violence

Brook talks about: Sexual bullying

Brook talks about: Child sexual exploitation

CEOP Thinkuknow

Spotting the signs


Gender and sexuality

Brook talks about: Boys and young men

Brook talks about: Girls matter

Brook talks about: Sexuality and gender


Health and wellbeing

Brook talks about: Puberty